Those in town for Super Bowl LIII will benefit from a compact and walkable campus located in Downtown Atlanta’s premiere entertainment district, Centennial Park District.
Proof: check out our printable neighborhood walking map.
Between Super Bowl LIVE, Super Bowl Experience, and the big game itself, you’ll love getting to explore the neighborhood’s only-in-Atlanta attractions, tours, and local watering holes.
For official information about sanctioned NFL events and Know Before You Go information, visit ATLSuperBowl53.com.
Here are our recommendations of must-dos before you fly home (or go back to reality, if you’re a local on a staycation).
- Named the “best first thing to do in Atlanta,” get to know our city on an ATL-Cruzers electric car or Segway tour led by a local expert.
- Visit the Fountain of Rings and the new Spectacular in Centennial Olympic Park (while you're there for Super Bowl LIVE, of course).
- Sample soft drinks from around the globe at Word of Coca-Cola.
Bonus: Get Ready for the Big Game with World of Coca-Cola
- Snap an endless number of pictures in Ocean Voyager at Georgia Aquarium.
Bonus: Pro tips for planning your visit during a busy week.
- Take SkyView, the Ferris wheel, for a spin to drink in some ATL views.
- Run, jump, and fly at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta’s exhibit focused on play and physical activity (plus a ton of other activities geared toward little ones).
Bonus: Game Day programming
- Explore the American civil rights movement and the modern global human rights movement at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Leave inspired and committed to action.
Bonus: Free admission January 28 through the end of February, thanks to The Coca-Cola Foundation.
- Go behind the scenes of CNN during a CNN Studio Tour, followed by a quick snack in the newly renovated CNN Center Food Court and Atrium.
- Feel that surge of team pride at the College Football Hall of Fame, the ultimate stop for football fans.
Bonus: A special exhibit on display to celebrate the big game.
- Fuel your itinerary at one of the District’s many locally-owned restaurants, from nitrogen ice cream and craft beer to barbecue and sizzling steaks.
Bonus: Our menu guide to help you decide where to dine.
Ready? Set? Have fun, and welcome to Atlanta!